Listings are in the opposite order of appearance: headliner is listed at the top, next is the support band(s), and the last band listed is the opener.
March 14 2018
8:30PM doors -- music at 9:00PM
••• 21 AND OVER
McGee & The Lost Hope
blues rock grunge stoner rock
~Justin Cohen et al -----Feedback had to cancel
Blues Soul R&B Country HipHop
Sulyman Qardash: Vocals/Guitars
Siddique Ahmed: Bass
Raby Adib: Drums
-from Kabul, Afghanistan/Oakland, CA
-Kabul Dreams, the first Afghan rock band, established itself in 2008 in Kabul, Afghanistan. The band consists of Sulyman Qardash (lead singer and guitarist), Raby Adib (drummer) and Siddique Ahmad (bassist). Kabul Dreams has paved the way for a modest but growing rock scene in the country, which is rebuilding itself after decades of war. The band’s motivation to perform came from their own love for music, but also from a public hunger for a new life after war – a life that included new music and art.
Kabul Dreams released its first full length album in April, 2013, drawing inspiration from bands like the Sex Pistols, Nirvana and Oasis, among others. The album, “Plastic Words,” was mixed by Grammy winning producer Alan Sanderson, and recorded in Afghanistan.
In 2013, Kabul Dreams moved to the United States, where they are currently based in Oakland, California. The band recently finished recording its second album, which was recorded in both Oakland and San Diego.
On January 20, 2017, Kabul Dreams released "Brain Drain," the first single from their new album "MEGALOMANIACS". The band release their new album on FEBRUARY 18, 2017. MEGALOMANIACS is available everywhere
McGee & The Lost Hope
-from Seattle, WA
-McGee & The Lost Hope: It's the result of the unexpected meeting between an American singer-songwriter with a road warrior guitarist. As soon as they met the duo found out several musical affinities, such as the classics: Led Zeppelin, The Doors, Creedence Clearwater, Neil Young and veteran rocker Suzi Quatro. The result could not be better: with a bluesy feeling, without losing the grunge feel and the psychedelic sounds of Stoner Rock the group presents a heavy and distinct sound and message!
McGee & The Lost Hope lives up to artists like Jimi Hendrix and Kurt Cobain with the right attitude - with a lot of girl power.!
-Rob Dietrich, Pacifico Samonte, Rick Harden, Justin Cohen
-A group of four musicians looking to make a difference in the world of musical under and overtones.